Housing economy expert John Hunt, principal of ViaSearch and MarketNsight, will speak on trends in the Atlanta real estate market at the Atlanta 55+ Housing Council 2018 Site Tour on May 16. The sold-out event is taking place at Kolter Homes’ Cresswind at Lake Lanier—Georgia’s most-awarded and number one-selling active-adult community for five years in a row.
Attendees at the site tour will hear from a panel of experts, including Kolter Homes’ Area President, Bob Rademacher, presenting the case study of this beautiful, resort-style active-adult community. Donna Deluca with Design Environments, Inc. will discuss the staging process and 2018 design trends. Finally, John Hunt will present an analysis of the market and its impact on the 55+ housing industry.
The event begins with registration at 11:30 a.m. and continues with the program, lunch and tour of the community from noon to 1:30 p.m. The event will be held at the community, located at 3007 Scarlet Oak Lane in Gainesville.
Hunt, who has gained notoriety across the Southeast home building and real estate industries for his MarketWatch presentations that provide crucial information on the housing economy to builders, realtors, lenders and more, has been recognized in several publications, on news channels and on the radio for his knowledge of the housing industry. He has been analyzing the real estate market since the 1990s and his expertise shows in each of his takes on today’s trends. For more information about his appearances in the news, his firm’s services and his experience, visit www.MarketNsight.com.
The Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association’s (HBA) Atlanta 55+ Housing Council caters to the needs of all HBA members who are involved in the 55+ housing industry. Members come from all kinds of professions, including building, design, development, finance, marketing and sales. The 55+ housing industry is dedicated to fulfilling the housing needs of the fastest growing population of the 21st century, the active adult. Members of the Atlanta 55+ Housing Council benefit from networking, programs, advocacy for the unique challenges they face, education and opportunities to give back.